• Again blended between left and right on German book fair

    Again blended between left and right on German book fair

    leipzig March 17, 2018 19:51 Hot Recent News

    Fighting left and right again at the German book fair. In Leipzig, where nearly three thousand publishing houses sell one hundred thousand books in the Messe halls, today it once again came to grime and shouting, pushing and pulling. Half a year ago it came to the world's largest book fair, the Frankfurter Buchmesse, even to disturbances between radical right-wing intellectuals, their supporters and hundreds of left-wing activists.

  • Shooting was 18th at school in 2018

    Shooting was 18th at school in 2018

    parkland February 15, 2018 08:45 Hot Recent News

    The shooting at a school in Parkland, Florida, was not exactly the first of this year. In the first month and a half of 2018, eighteen shootings took place in schools. According to the disarmament movement Everytown for Gun Safety, the United States has on average one shooting at one school per week since 2013.

  • China designates nature as big as France

    China designates nature as big as France

    shanghai February 12, 2018 10:06 Hot Recent News

    China has identified fifteen areas around which a \u0026 # x27; red line \u0026 # x27; is drawn and where economic development is prohibited. In total, 610,000 square kilometers are now protected areas, almost as much as the area of ​​France. Ultimately, a quarter of China has to fall under the defined areas, the Ministry of Environmental Protection said.

  • Growth Korea clashes with limits

    Growth Korea clashes with limits

    amsterdam February 9, 2018 20:57 Hot Recent News

    South Korea is mainly in Pyeongchang hunting for medals in short track and skeleton. But economically, the country has been fighting for the world's top for a long time. Already, the South Koreans are threatening to lose that position if world trade collapses and China becomes an increasingly formidable competitor.

  • The current president leads Cyprus in elections

    The current president leads Cyprus in elections

    nicosia February 4, 2018 17:15 Hot Recent News

    Incumbent President Nicos Anastasiades (71) seems to be heading for a victory in the Greek Cypriot presidential election. Exitpolls immediately after the closing of the polling stations show that he received between 54.5 and 59.5 percent of the votes.

  • Greek Cypriots again to the polls

    Greek Cypriots again to the polls

    nicosia February 4, 2018 08:06 Hot Recent News

    The Greek Cypriots go to the ballot box on Sunday for the second round of the presidential election. The incumbent president Nicos Anastasiades (71) takes on the leftist candidate Stavros Malas.

  • Nothing learned yet

    Nothing learned yet

    berlin January 30, 2018 04:39 Hot Recent News

    In fact, the highest drivers of the largest car manufacturers in Germany should have known better. Experiments with gasses and people in confined spaces, that's what they do not like in the Federal Republic, and certainly not abroad.

  • Maduro reissue as President Venezuela

    Maduro reissue as President Venezuela

    caracas January 25, 2018 05:51 Hot Recent News

    Nicolás Maduro participates in the upcoming presidential elections in Venezuela. The current president of the country confirmed on Wednesday that he is standing for re-election and wants to go for a new term of office.

  • Trump shoots out of the corner again

    new york January 13, 2018 04:42 Hot Recent News

    President Trump, with his alleged statements about 'shithole countries', has brought the world's anger on its neck. Even in his own country, his statements fail, so that an agreement on new immigration legislation seems further away than ever.

  • Bad luck pioneer celebrates a hundredth birthday

    amsterdam January 11, 2018 15:42 Hot Recent News

    His name is not so popular. Because when it is pronounced it is usually when a situation does not go as hoped. Edward E. Murphy was the creator of perhaps the world's best-known law: Murphy's Law. The American aerospace engineer would have become 100 years today.

  • Boat with migrants suffers shipwreck: eight dead

    milan January 6, 2018 17:27 Hot Recent News

    In a shipwreck off the coast of Libya, eight people were killed on Saturday. Dozens of others are still missing, 84 people on board could be saved. The accident is immediately the first deadly incident this year with migrants in the Mediterranean.

  • Topman caterer comes to accident in a seaplane

    sydney January 1, 2018 08:39 Hot Recent News

    CEO Richard Cousins ​​of the British Compass Group, the world's largest caterer, was killed by a plane crash in Australia. His two sons, his girlfriend and her daughter and the pilot of the seaplane were killed in the crash, according to Australian media on Monday.

  • France retrieves erotic novel from auction

    paris December 19, 2017 19:21 Hot Recent News

    The auction of the manuscript of one of the world's earliest erotic novels, The 120 days of Sodom by Markies de Sade, has been discontinued. The French state declared the work a national treasure and said it can not be sold to a foreign buyer.

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